Wise Ass

 

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Wise Man

The Wise Man would think twice about putting the word "ass" in a weekly publication, knowing that one or two or fifty persons out of the hundreds of people that read it might be offended.

The Ignorant Man wouldn't think twice. He would not think about the consequences of his actions at all. The Ignorant Man would simply act.

Call me ignorant this morning.

 

 

Johnny Carson was a wise man who never acted like an ass. Johnny Carson was one of those guys who made subtlety addictive. His humor bore into the core of you inextricably intoxicated. He was wise enough to give you the punch line before he delivered the joke.

 

Pure Genius.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

He was wise enough to give you the punch line before he delivered the joke.

He was wise enough to give you the punch line before he delivered the joke.

He was wise enough to give you the punch line before he delivered the joke.

 

"The Man Who Would Be President."

He was wise enough to give you the punch line before he delivered the joke.

 

 

P.S. Call me ignorant this morning. I'm just acting out. But this is the week before Christmas. Everyone's harried. Everyone's hurried. Tempers are flaring. Commercials are blaring; buy this, buy that, just buy, buy, buy. We're feeling the pinch and really put-out and the news is replete with mayhem and murder and scandal and sex and starvation and filled to the brim with a boat load of political babblers who want you to think them wise. Please. Don't be a dumb ass like these people. Look to your children, to your husband, your wife. Look to your father, your mother, your grand pa and ma. Dive into Christmas and swim in that soft and tender and sublimely white light of Christ. Be wise.

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